Conceived in liberty...
...or in oppression?
Is America a source of pride, as Americans have long held, or shame, as Progressives allege? Beneath an innocent exterior, are our lives complicit in a national project of theft, expropriation, oppression, and murder, or is America still the hope of the world?
"New York Times" bestselling author Dinesh D'Souza says these questions are no mere academic exercise. It is the Progressive view that is taught in our schools, that is preached by Hollywood, and that shapes the policies of the Obama administration. If America is a force for inequality and injustice in the world, its power deserves to be diminished; if traditional America is based on oppression and theft, then traditional America must be reformedand the federal government can do the reforming.
D'Souza, an Indian immigrant to this country, and proud American citizen, fears for America's future. He loves this country and fears that unless the Progressives' anti-American arguments are met forcibly and on their own terms, America will cease to be the beacon of freedom and hope that it always has been.
In "America: Imagine a World without Her" D'Souza offers a passionate and sharply reasoned defense of America, knocking down every important accusation made by Progressives against our country. In this book, you'll learn:
Why it is a pernicious myth that English colonists "stole" America from the Indians or that American settlers and soldiers "stole" the southwest from Mexico
Why the descendants of slavesand the successive waves of immigrants to the United Statesare better off here than in their old countries
How America, more than any other country, is based on rewarding the enterprise and hard-work of the common man
How traditional American virtues sustain prosperity and freedom, and Progressive arguments about "liberation" and "justice" undercut them
How Progressive demagoguery about "inequality" expands the power of government and its grasp on the taxpayer's wallet
Why we should fear the Progressive agenda of "reform" which is in fact an agenda of totalitarian control of the state over the individual
Why national decline is a choice--a choice that it is still not too late to reverse
Provocative in its analysis, stunning in its conclusions, Dinesh D'Souza's "America" will be the most talked about book of the year.